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Work +357 22 55 66 77
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Fax +357 22 55 66 88
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Limassol, Nicosia
Christodoulos G. Vassiliades & Co. LLC, Christodoulos Clerides, Nicosia, CYPRUS

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Christodoulos Clerides

Tel:
Work 0035722556677
Email:
Christodoulos G. Vassiliades & Co. LLC

Work Department

Banking and Private Clients, Employment Law, Litigation & Dispute Resolution, Property Law & Real Estate

Position

Litigation and arbitration Advocate with main focus on commercial, banking, probate and inheritance, insolvency and bankruptcy, family law, personal injury and land law. Deals with a wide range of disputes such as pre-trial negotiations, documentation and preparation for trial, summary judgement motions, trial, appeals and enforcement proceedings. Regularly instructed to appear before Court in matters related to commercial disputes. Due to his experience and expertise he is recommended by Legal 500 for Dispute Resolution: “Christodoulos Clerides deep knowledge of both Cypriot and European law is extremely impressive.”

Career

Joined the Firm in 2005

Languages

Greek and English

Member

Cyprus Bar Association, Nicosia Bar Association and the Association for International Arbitration.

Education

LLB at Northumbria University at Newcastle in 2002. LLM on Corporate Governance at the University of Dundee in Scotland in 2005.


Cyprus

Dispute resolution

Within: Leading individuals

Christodoulos Clerides - Christodoulos G. Vassiliades & Co. LLC

Within: Dispute resolution

Christodoulos G. Vassiliades & Co. LLC’s ‘first-class’ team successfully represented a Cypriot company in an ex-parte order against a former manager prohibiting him from soliciting or communicating with clients. Christodoulos Clerides is an ‘excellent negotiator’.

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